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Items filtered by date: Wednesday, 06 June 2018

Want to Cultivate Stronger, Deeper, More Loyal Relationships? Here’s What You Need to Do

Over the past decade, I’ve met or interviewed countless executives, managers, and entrepreneurs. Many of these people built careers and businesses based on blood, sweat, and tears... but when it comes to work ethic, not one of them could hold a candle to my mother-in-law, Margret.

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Nectar in sieve

Heard together, their voice stands out straight and relaxed. Their attempt erodes the norms of Sri Lankan tradition. It is not a single play. Nor is it a duet. It is a collective effort of five eminent vocalists.

Interest in folk music and other buried aspects of national culture tends to be reawakened at moments when there's a perceived danger of things being lost forever.

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Ran Roo 2018 in Australia

Renowned vocalists Athula Adhikari, Namal Uduama and Shashika Nisansala will be taking part in a series of concerts in Australia. Titled ‘ Ran Roo 2018’ the event began with a s how in Sydney on June 2. There will be shows in Brisbane on June 9 and in Melbourne on June 10.

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Plastic bottles outlawed at FM - Kariyawasam

Marking the World Environment Day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs switched to the use of glass bottles for water instead of plastic as their contribution to combat global plastic pollution. Sri Lanka is ranked in the fifth position out of 20 countries identified  for dumping polythene and plastic to the oceans.

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JO split over Dy Speaker vote

The Joint Opposition (JO) appeared to be split in Parliament yesterday (5) as 18 of their Parliamentarians did not come to vote for the Sri Lanka Freedom Party candidate, for the post of Deputy Speaker, Dr. Sudarshini Fernandopulle, choosing instead to stay in the Parliament canteen.

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